Photos by Sam Sherman, unless otherwise noted
As you’ll see from the following photos, it’s been a wonderful week! If you were part of it, many thanks. If you weren’t able to come this year, we hope you’ll consider joining us next year. We’ll post the 2016 dates here and on the CWC website as soon as we have them!
“Getting Lost,” the Plenary Panel topic. Once again, three wonderful essays and a discussion that set the tone for the entire conference.
“Stations of the Word,” our first-morning tradition:
One of Our Evening Readings
Preview Copies of Clockhouse, Volume Three, 2015
And a scene from Clockhouse’s Preview Reading and Celebration: (L to R) Sarah Shellow, one of Clockhouse’s Fiction Editors; Dave Waite, a Poetry Editor; Julie Parent, Editor; Kathryn Cullen-DuPont, Publisher; and MFAW alumna Carolyn Locke, whose poem “The Riddle of Yes” appears in this year’s Clockhouse.
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